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0.24 does not work for me

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X1300 PCI-E 512 on 64-bit OS AMD

Shows clock's both at 0 does not detect my clock rates, cannot OC
 
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Not sure if you read the info on W1zzards releases on any of the beta if they are compatible with your card or that version of OS you're running.

Note:Try one of the betas.....
 
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0.25 beta 14, Much better

ah yes beta14 did fix the clock problem on x1300 pci-e, now i can overclock, but
i cant over clock it enough. it wont go any higher than 572-core and 387-mem, they are both at the max any higher and i lose stability, no matter even if i underclock one :banghead: . i know for a fact that i can reach pro settings 600/400 x1300 pro on powerstrip, but my trial ended.
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so keep on doing wat u do best wizzard, more beta's i say :respect:
 

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well atitool is different then power strip. as far as i know that program loosens timings a bit. mhz isnt everything man. i would test real world performance between the 2.
 
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i did

KennyT772 said:
well atitool is different then power strip. as far as i know that program loosens timings a bit. mhz isnt everything man. i would test real world performance between the 2.

I did, a little higher overclock with powerstrip, and better fps. and remains stable